Valid Product Keys for Windows XP SP2 Professional Volume License Edition


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nt2000_xp1997

These keys are from Chinese forums..
According to the forum members, they are still valid.
Although these keys have been published on the Internet many times
since March 2006, for unknown reasons, Microsoft didn't stop these
keys.

If you own a copy of Volume License Windows XP Pro SP2, and your
current key is no longer valid,
try the keys below.

One of the key that I just double confirmed that 100% function, can
pass WGA and get IE7 installed, on 8th Nov, 2006, is the last one on
the list
HCQ9D-TVCWX-X9QRG-J4B2Y-GR2TT

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These keys are for Windows XP Professional SP2 Volume License Edition

MRX3F-47B9T-2487J-KWKMF-RPWBY
QC986-27D34-6M3TY-JJXP9-TBGMD
CM3HY-26VYW-6JRYC-X66GX-JVY2D
DP7CM-PD6MC-6BKXT-M8JJ6-RPXGJ
F4297-RCWJP-P482C-YY23Y-XH8W3
HH7VV-6P3G9-82TWK-QKJJ3-MXR96
HCQ9D-TVCWX-X9QRG-J4B2Y-GR2TT
 
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Bruce Chambers

These keys are from Chinese forums..
Forwarded to (e-mail address removed). Thank you for bringing this to
their attention, but please do so directly, next time.


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Bruce Chambers

Og said:
Forwarded to:
(e-mail address removed)
Steve
But why did you re-post those keys? To ensure that they're
disseminated even further?

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nt2000_xp1997

These keys have been reported few times in June, but are still valid up
to this moment !!

"Bruce Chambers дµÀ£º
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Bruce Chambers

These keys have been reported few times in June, but are still valid up
to this moment !!
Well, we'll see. Microsoft can't do much about the contents of Chinese
web sites, but they can, if they so desire, disable those keys.

In the meantime, let's hope that Microsoft at least prosecutes you for
aiding and abetting in software piracy.



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Alias

Bruce said:
Well, we'll see. Microsoft can't do much about the contents of Chinese
web sites, but they can, if they so desire, disable those keys.
They don't desire to do that. They are still saturating the Chinese market.
In the meantime, let's hope that Microsoft at least prosecutes you for
aiding and abetting in software piracy.
That'll be the day! MS take someone to court to uphold their scammy
EULA? Give me a break.

Alias
 
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Alias

Bruce said:
But why did you re-post those keys?
Because that's exactly what Microsoft wants. It's part of their
monopolizing China program.

Alias
 
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Gregg Hill

Software piracy is no different than someone who walks into your house and
steals your computer, TV, jewels, etc. It is THEFT. I'll bet you would be
upset if someone stole YOUR belongings, but you seem to think it is OK to do
just because Bill has more money than you do.

Don't be such an unscrupulous person.

Gregg
 
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Bruce Chambers

That'll be the day! MS take someone to court to uphold their scammy
EULA? Give me a break.
And what does illegally distributing software licenses have to do with
the EULA?


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Bruce Chambers

Alias said:
Because that's exactly what Microsoft wants. It's part of their
monopolizing China program.

Alias

Your aluminum foil hat is slipping.... Are those black helicopters I
hear in the distance....?


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Alias

Gregg said:
Software piracy is no different than someone who walks into your house and
steals your computer, TV, jewels, etc. It is THEFT. I'll bet you would be
upset if someone stole YOUR belongings, but you seem to think it is OK to do
just because Bill has more money than you do.
Um, in the country where I live, sharing software is called "fair use"
and is not illegal at all as long as there is no financial gain. Oops.
In the USA, if you copy XP that you paid for, it is NOT theft but
copyright violation, a civil, not criminal, offense.
Don't be such an unscrupulous person.

Gregg
Get off your high moral horse and do some research before you stick your
hoof in your mouth again.

Alias
 
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Alias

Bruce said:
And what does illegally distributing software licenses have to do
with the EULA?
If it's for profit, where I live, it's illegal. If it's not for profit,
it isn't. The scammy EULA says one cannot share software, of course!
And, obviously, due to fair use, MS won't take anyone to court for
violating their EULA.

Alias
 
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Alias

Bruce said:
Your aluminum foil hat is slipping.... Are those black helicopters
I hear in the distance....?
You lack of a good argument is showing due to you only being able to
hurl ad hominems instead of addressing the issues.

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Gregg Hill

Copyright violation in the US is a federal offense. Using the software for
which you have not paid is copyright violation . If you did not pay for it,
and you are using a copy of someone else's software, whether illegal civilly
or criminally, it is still illegal, and it is still theft.

I define "theft" as taking something that does not belong to you and which
you have no right to use. That transcends your requirement for it to be a
criminal act.

In your country, is the Microsoft EULA written to allow use of someone
else's Volume License Key to run the Microsoft software? If not, then it is
still theft.

I would prefer to be on high moral ground than to be an underground rat that
steals from people.

Gregg
 
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Alias

Gregg said:
Copyright violation in the US is a federal offense
I don't live in the US.
Using the software for
which you have not paid is copyright violation .
A civil offense.
If you did not pay for it,
and you are using a copy of someone else's software, whether illegal civilly
or criminally, it is still illegal, and it is still theft.
No, it's a civil offense. Interesting how MS' EULA gives them the right
to change the rules at any time but if you go back on your agreement,
you think they should be locked up and have their lives ruined.

If there is no profit motive, where I live, it is not a crime or a civil
offense.
I define "theft" as taking something that does not belong to you and which
you have no right to use.
Who decides what belongs to whom and who has the right to use it, you?
That transcends your requirement for it to be a
criminal act.
No, that is your vague opinion of what theft is.
In your country, is the Microsoft EULA written to allow use of someone
else's Volume License Key to run the Microsoft software? If not, then it is
still theft.
Not if there's no profit motive. If you copy XP and sell the copy,
you're in trouble. If you copy it and put it on another computer or give
it to a friend, you aren't. It will be really interesting to read the
new EULA now that this is law here. I'll be sure and post it ;-)
I would prefer to be on high moral ground than to be an underground rat that
steals from people.

Gregg
There's no reason to refer to me as an "underground rat" or "an
unscrupulous person". Can you please stick to the issues and avoid
personal attacks?

Alias
 
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nt2000_xp1997

"Bruce Chambers дµÀ£º
"
But why did you re-post those keys? To ensure that they're
disseminated even further?
***
I didn't get these keys myself, i found them on the Internet.

Go to Yahoo China at http://www.yahoo.com.cn
search key word "HCQ9D-TVCWX-X9QRG-J4B2Y-GR2TT"

you got thousands of website, forums, irc chat log....
everybody know that, it's not a secret at all.
and these keys were known to the public for nearly a year !!
and according to many forums, they are still valid.
 
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Bruce Chambers

Alias said:
You lack of a good argument is showing due to you only being able to
hurl ad hominems instead of addressing the issues.

Alias

There was no "issue" to address. When all you offer are
unsubstantiated paranoid delusions in the form of ungrounded
accusations, what would be the point of explaining that no, unicorns
don't really exist?


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Bruce Chambers

Alias said:
Um, in the country where I live, sharing software is called "fair use"
and is not illegal at all as long as there is no financial gain. Oops.

Irrelevant. We're not discussing Spain's disregard for the
intellectual property developed in other countries.

In the USA, if you copy XP that you paid for, it is NOT theft but
copyright violation, a civil, not criminal, offense.
Even a violation of civil law is still a crime, and therefore a
criminal offense. Further, copyright infringement that involves more
than 10 copies is a criminal offense that is covered under penal, not
civil, code.



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Gregg Hill

Alias said:
I don't live in the US.
I know you don't, but you said it is only a civil offense in the US. I
pointed out that it is a federal offense. I don't speak lawyerese. To me,
theft is still theft, whether punishable under civil or criminal law, or no
law at all.


A civil offense.
Whether a civil offense or criminal offense, theft is theft. It is not only
an issue of law, it is an issue of morals. Taking something that does not
belong to you is immoral.




No, it's a civil offense. Interesting how MS' EULA gives them the right to
change the rules at any time but if you go back on your agreement, you
think they should be locked up and have their lives ruined.

If there is no profit motive, where I live, it is not a crime or a civil
offense.
But there IS a profit motive. By not paying for it, you haved PROFITED!!!
directly by saving the amount of money you SHOULD have paid for that
product, according to the EULA to which you technically agreed by your use
of the software.



Who decides what belongs to whom and who has the right to use it, you?

No, not me. In this case, Microsoft's EULA, which you technically agree to
by your use of the software, defines who has the right to use it. On a
broader scale, if I walked into your house and took your TV, would that be
theft? According to your standards, it seems it would only be theft if you
could prove that you owned it. What if you could not find your receipt? I
guess you would be OK with me taking it. Cool! What's your address?




No, that is your vague opinion of what theft is.
My opinion was not vague. If it does not belong to you, or you have no right
to use it, and you take it, it is theft. If I lived in a country that had no
laws of any kind, but I took another man's car that he had purchased, it
would still be theft. It is a moral issue as well as an issue of law.
Apparently, you lack the moral fortitude to understand that concept. Not
much I can do about that.





Not if there's no profit motive. If you copy XP and sell the copy, you're
in trouble. If you copy it and put it on another computer or give it to a
friend, you aren't. It will be really interesting to read the new EULA now
that this is law here. I'll be sure and post it ;-)
Again, there IS a profit motive. Each person who does not pay for the copy
he/she uses has PROFITED directly by not having to fork out the few bucks
for the software. That is an economic profit.



There's no reason to refer to me as an "underground rat" or "an
unscrupulous person". Can you please stick to the issues and avoid
personal attacks?
OK, I'll take back the "rat" comment, but I stand by the "unscrupulous
person" tag, for the reasons mentioned above. I pitty your neighbors when
they buy something nice and you take it. What? You would never do that? Sure
you would...you say it's OK to do it with software, why not your neighbor's
possessions?

Gregg
 

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